Information Technology

Flour Exchange Building
310 4th Ave South, Suite 400
Minneapolis, MN 55415

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Wireless MinneapolisWireless Minneapolis provides wireless broadband access anywhere in the city. Look for free hotspots called "USI Free Wifi" or sign up for wireless service with USI Wireless.

Minneapolis Everyone Online!

Learn a new computer skill and share with family and friends!

For those who don’t have access to the Internet, or who don’t know how to use it, it can be difficult to get by in today’s digital environment. Applying for a job, paying a bill, or getting education online can be a challenge without the Internet. Minneapolis recognizes the need for our residents to be digitally literate if they are going to have success in the future. That’s why Minneapolis is kicking off a series of activities to promote digital literacy.

The following organizations hosted open houses in 2013 to raise awareness of resources in Minneapolis:  

Free Geek Twin Cities
2537 25th Ave. S.

NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center, Inc.
1315 Penn Ave. N.

Pillsbury United Communities / Oak Park Neighborhood Center
1701 Oak Park Ave. N.

Pillsbury United Communities / Waite House Neighborhood Center
2323 11th Ave. S.

Project for Pride in Living Learning Center
1925 Chicago Ave. S.

Takoda Institute
1845 E. Franklin Avenue (Franklin Station Metro Light Rail) Phone: 612-331-3358

University of Minnesota – Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC)
2001 Plymouth Ave N

More: Resources available anytime

Last updated Apr 8, 2014